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Anne Butler

  • abutle18@depaul.edu
  • Instructional Assistant Professor, Special Education
  • Counseling and Special Education
  • 773-325-5259
  • ​​​​2247 N. Halsted St., Room 362​​

Dr. Butler’s research focuses on strategies to support students and teachers in behavior management. This specifically includes teacher preparation, behavioral coaching and how academics and behavior play important roles in the successful inclusion of all students. Dr. Butler has over 10 years experience worki​ng as a K-8 special education teacher in the Chicago Public Schools.

Education
  • PhD in Special Education, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  • MS in Special Education, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Behavior Intervention Specialist
  • BS in Special Education, Illinois State University

Courses Taught

  • SER 402 Instruction and Differentiation in Special Education
  • SER 302 Instruction and Differentiation in Special Education
  • SER 403 Classroom and Behavior Management in Special Education
  • SER 410 Teaching Math to Exceptional Students
  • SER 471 Student Teaching in Special Education Seminar
  • SER 322 Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities I: Academic and Life Skills
  • ECE 392 (cross-listed with ECE 492) Working with Families of Infants and Toddlers: Partnerships and Collaboration in Early Intervention

Research Interests
Behavior Management; Behavior Coaching; Strategies to facilitate inclusion; Teacher preparation